Louise Charlotte Françoise de Montesquiou

Introduction

Louise Charlotte Françoise de Montesquiou née de Le Tellier de Louvois-Courtanvaux de Montmirail de Creuzy (1765-1835) was a French courtier. She was the royal governess of Napoleon II from 1811 until 1814.

She was the daughter of Charles François César Le Tellier de Louvois-Courtanvaux de Montmirail de Creuzy, Marquis de Montmirail (1734-1765) and married to Anne Elisabeth Pierre de Montesquiou-Fezensac, in 1780. Her spouse was first equerry to the count of Provence before the French revolution, and was appointed First Chamberlain to emperor Napoleon I of France in 1809.

She was appointed governess to the infant son of Napoleon and Marie Louise, the King of Rome, who would call her “Maman Quiou.”


Date of birth
25. June 1765

Place of birth
château de Courtanvaux

Date of death
29. May 1835

Place of death
château de Courtanvaux

Gender
Female




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20. April 2019 @ 23:04:37 (UTC)